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1761A letter to the right honourable the Earl of B***, on a late important resignation, and its probable consequences-
1814Letter to the Right Honourable the Earl of Liverpool, first Lord of the Treasury, &c, &c, &c, on the licentiousness of the press, as destructive of the monarchy and the public morals : and on the expediency of changing certain laws which affect the beneficed clergyHankin, Edward, 1747-1835.
1782A letter to the Right Honourable the Earl of Shelburne, first Lord of the TreasuryTowers, Joseph, 1737-1799.
1763A letter to the Right Honourable the Earls of Egremont and Halifax, His Majesty's principal secretaries of state, on the seizure of papers-
1763A letter to the Right Honourable the Earls of Egremont and Halifax, His Majesty's principal secretaries of state, on the seizure of papers-
1754A letter to the Right Honourable the Lord ********, occasion'd by a pamphlet, just publish'd, entitled, Thoughts on the affairs of Ireland, with an account of the expulsion of A------r J-----s N-----ll, Esq; late surveyor and engineer-general, from the Hon. the H---se of C-mm-ns in that kingdomSwift, Jonathan, 1667-1745.
1762A letter to the right honourable the lord mayor, the worshipful aldermen, and common-council; the merchants, citizens, and inhabitants, of the city of LondonHeathcote, George.
1756A letter to the Right Honourable William Pitt, esq; being an impartial vindication of the conduct of the ministry, from the commencement of the present war to this time. In answer to the aspersions cast upon them by Admiral Byng and his advocates-
1793A letter to the Right Honourable William Pitt, on his apostacy from the cause of parliamentary reform : to which is subjoined an appendix containing important documents on that subjectHonest man.
1804A letter to the Right Honourable William Pitt, on the late arrangements in administrationThreipland, Stuart Moncrieff, 1771-1838.
1803A letter to the Right Honourable William Wickham, Chief Secretary to His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, and one of His Majesty's most Honourable Privy Council, &c. &c. on the subject of Mr. Scully's advice to his Catholic brethrenSmith, William Cusack, Sir, 1766-1836.
15-Apr-2014A letter to the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Quebec on subjects connected with tractarianism in the Church.Percy, Gilbert
1731A Letter to the Right Revd. the Lord Bishop of St. Asaph : occasioned by some passages in his sermon before the Societies for Reformation of Manners concerning the method of stopping the progress of infidelity-
1793A letter to the Rt. Hon. Charles James Fox, upon the dangerous and inflammatory tendency of his late conduct in ParliamentBentley, Thomas Richard, 1748-1831.
1757A letter to the Rt. Hon. H---y F-x, esqS., B.
1742A letter to the Secret Committee. Containing, certain extraordinary practices of the late M----r, intended to have been laid before them in a private manner, and now submitted to their publick consideration-
1711A letter to the seven lords of the committee, appointed to examine GreggOldmixon, Mr. (John), 1673-1742.
1748A letter to the ToriesLyttelton, George Lyttelton, Baron, 1709-1773.
1809A letter to the Viscount Folkestone on the unlawfulness of the votes of thanks to Mr. Wardle and the late minorityTinney, John Pern.
1792A letter to Thomas Payne, Esq. : written in consequence of the one lately addressed by him to Mr. Secretary DundasHighlander.
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